Brick – design Sara Szyber

Horizontal walls, soft and in several colours, are created by this rug of woven bricks. Bricks of wool naturally, on a warp of steady linen. A pattern you find in the architecture of built walls and walkways. Brick has pure harmony in its rhythm, contributing to a beautiful room structure. The Brick rug is suitable for use in public interiors as well as in private homes.

Edda, Enna and Essa – design Barbara Hosak

Handwoven rugs in Sabudana-technique, where the weaving structure of each rug creates its  own design. These rugs are presented in graphical black/white, in soft grey as well as in green. Skilfully crafted in New Zeeland wool on a linen warp. Edda, Enna and Essa are all suitable for use in public interiors as well as in private homes.

Herringbone Weave – design Katrín Ólína

The Herringbone pattern is an arrangement of blocks used since antiquity, in floor tilings and road pavements as well as in textiles of all sorts. This flat, handwoven rug in pure wool on a linen warp is functional and offers a striking character to the room. It is suitable for use in public interiors as well as in private homes.

Herringbone Wild – design Katrín Ólína

The Herringbone pattern is an arrangement of blocks used since antiquity, in floor tilings and road pavements as well as in textiles of all sorts. This hand tufted pile rug, with “wild” pile heights, offers a lush, natural touch to a room. The pile and loops are composed of 70% hard twisted, worsted, New Zeeland wool and 30% twisted linen.

Mineralium – design Katrín Ólína

The design for Mineralium is inspired by rocks and minerals under the microscope. It apperas through contrasting pile heights and colours, in this hand tufted rug of pure wool. Charcoal or white.

Seeds – design Katrín Ólína

A rich mix of worsted wool and shimmering banboo silk, and the ancient craft of hand knotting, is designed to evoke a sense of softness, warmth and luxury. Knotting a rug, like growing plants from seeds, is a process that demands time, patience and attention. A hand knotted rug lasts for generations, and is a classical way to make the floors we sit and walk on more abundant.

Allium – new colours

The Allium collection of Kateha with flat hand woven rugs in New Zeeland wool on linen warp consists of many different colours. For the season 2019 we now launch two new colours; dark green och heather.

Candy – design Propeller

This popular rug makes a come-back in two contemporary colour combinations: Light grey/multi and Grey/multi. Hand tufted in pure wool, designed with a higher pile in the candy dots. Candy is available as a rectangular, or round, rug..

Allium – new colours now ready for delivery

Before autumn starts Kateha launches four new colours to the Allium collection – dusty green, dusty blue, rust och brown. The Allium rug is handwoven in the best New Zeeland wool on linen warp, and the standard sizes 80×250, 170×240 och 200×300 cm are in most cases available in stock.

Read more about Allium and all the colours in the collection here.

Black diver – design Sara Szyber

Kateha Black diverThe inspiration to this rug is the black-throated diver. The way its plumage alters between black and thin white inserts on its neck and over the wings. Black diver is handwoven in thick, felted yarn of natural wool.